Osteoarthritis shows to be food allergy
Osteoarthritis is wearing of the bones. At least, that what we have been told for years. However, the pain is not caused by wearing. Osteoarthritis is caused by inflammation. These inflammations occur in different ways. One of those ways is striking. Osteoarthritis appears to be caused by food allergies in the majority of cases. Everyone is allergic to other nutrients, or rather non-nutrients, aka, toxins. Examples of food that people are allergic to are sugar, white flour products, fructose syrup, trans fat, and chocolate.
Osteoarthritis has been given a false cause for decades. Scientist use to assume that the pain would be caused by wear and tear. Osteoarthritis is seen a lot in older people with obesity. In their knees, which have to endure a lot, osteoarthritis can occur. But is this a form of wear? You would say so, because the knees have to endure an extra load due to the overweight of the body. However, people from the same category are more likely to suffer from osteoarthritis on their hands as well. Fingers do not endure extra weight because of extra body weight. Therefor, the cause of the pain must be something else.
Osteoarthritis is an auto immune disease
Osteoarthritis pain is caused by immune system cells that normally target a pathogenic intruder. In the case of osteoarthritis, the cartilage is targeted, causing an infection and infection pain. Principal investigator of a Stanfords research team from 2011 found that the inflammatory cells were already active before the osteoarthritis pain developed. As a result, the chances are high that osteoarthritis, like arthritis, is an autoimmune disease. That is the reason why osteoarthritis does not occur so much in the elderly; it is also a disease that affects people in their twenties, thirties, and forties.
Through a complicated process it appears that the cartilage in the joints is affected. This process is called Membrane Appearance Complex or MAC.